The legendary Oakland jazz venue's San Francisco location has terrific acoustics, a 9-foot Steinway grand piano (broken in by Chick Corea), and seating for 411; it's been hailed as "simply the best jazz club in the city." Yoshi's serves Japanese food in an adjoining restaurant set in a soaring two-story space, decorated with blond wood and hanging paper lanterns (you can also order food at café tables in the club). And yes, the coupling of sushi and jazz is as elegant as it sounds. Sightlines are good from just about anywhere, including the back balcony. Yoshi's is in the old Fillmore District, which was known as the "Harlem of the West" in its 1940s and '50s heyday. The club is on a tough block in the even tougher Western Addition neighborhood, so take advantage of the valet parking.
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